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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit
Breast milk storage and organization question [R]11 months agomommabear1234 posted submission on beyondthebump.
Sept. 20, 2018
Hi fellow moms! I have a quick question. I recently went back to work and have been amassing a bank of breast milk in my freezer. It's all in bags in 1 to 3oz increments (baby currently drinks about 3oz per feed). I have been trying to organize it by date pumped so we use the oldest first, but it's quickly becoming a jumble in my freezer. Any of you find an ingenious way to keep your milk organized in the freezer?
Sept. 20, 2018
we initially used plastic shoe bins, but the bags kept falling over when one was taken out so we got this organizer from amazon
What is your favorite type of milk storage system? [R]1 year, 6 months agoBuckeyeRunner posted submission on breastfeeding.
Feb. 12, 2018
I was going to get the milkies trays so that I can store my breastmilk in 1 oz bars but I see pretty mixed reviews on amazon. What is your favorite system for storing?
Feb. 17, 2018
yes! I ended up using the "lid" as a second tray for storage once i ran out of room in the main tray itself https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000K4YSVI?colid=O65FBN6RGK79&coliid=I3IUAKGTLOOQMT&ref=brADDTOCARTtitle_link
How do you organize your breast milk? [R]3 years, 6 months agoallez_hop posted submission on beyondthebump.
Feb. 5, 2016
I've been back to work for a month now, and have a large stash of milk in my freezer. I use Honeysuckle bags. Right now they're just loose on the top shelf, and they just kind of flop all over and take up a ton of space.
How do you organize yours?
Feb. 5, 2016
This is what I do:
- Pump, pour milk into labelled Lansinoh bag, freeze flat (fold first at the Lansinoh sign)
- Place in First Years organizer
When I first returned to work, I had about 50 ounces of milk with no home - so, I just stacked them in a large ziplock bag next to the First Years organizer.
Help With efficient storage techniques [R]3 years, 10 months agoewokvillager posted submission on breastfeeding.
Sept. 30, 2015
As a working mom with varying hours I decided to switch and solely bottle feed my baby girl.
I just began Pumping with a PISA and have been transferring my milk from the collection bottles to Up&Up bags, and then back to my baby's special bottle for feeding. During this process I always end up losing a couple drops during each transfer, which for me as a beginner is a lot.
Basically I am wondering if there are any tricks or devices out there that I can use/buy that will help reduce this loss. I see the Medela Pump and Save but I am worried abut how unsecured and open it is.
I also live in an apartment and do not want to have to buy an extra freezer just for my ice cream, I mean milk, so any efficient storage containers or methods you ladies use would be super helpful as well!
Just reaching out for advice.
Thank you Thank you Thank you!!!
Sorry if you see this as a repost. I posted this is /r/breastpumps but There are more subscribers here!
Oct. 1, 2015
[Here is a storage box] (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000K4YSVI?colid=5OGBQDT4RPTR&coliid=I3SJV04C3BLU1B&redirect=true&ref=britdponSttl) that might give you the one-step solution you want. It has a spring-loaded pressing piece that flattens each bag as it sits upright in the freezer. I use mine all the time.
Best advice I've been given for freezing and storing breast milk!! [R]5 years, 6 months agotrees_make_me_happy posted submission on BabyBumps.
Feb. 18, 2014
My pediatrician (father of 5, awesome dude, experienced in ALL this junk) gave me this information. I hadn't read anywhere on the specific way to freeze the storage bag, only that you freeze it and it'll last 6 months to a year. So what do I do? I stick 5-6 oz sitting upright in a bag into the freezer. News flash, this was NOT easy to defrost. In hot water, the outside gets warm, while the inside stays frozen longer. Pain in the butt. I do not recommend.
Solution: After you pump, divide the milk up into 2-3 oz for each bag. Then, lay the bags flat in the freezer (you can even stack them) and they will be much thinner than if you were to freeze the whole amount in a bag. This will allow you to run them under hot water for 15-30 seconds and be done, or heat up a cup of water in the microwave and place the bag in (I like to gently break the milkcicle in half and fold the bag so it fits in the cup). A couple minutes (usually enough time to change a diaper), and the milk will be warm and ready for consumption by your very hungry little poop factory. Easy-peasy, no fuss. If your baby needs more, combine two bags. This method uses a few more storage bags, but makes things really simple when you have a screaming infant in your ear.
Second time moms and beyond: feel free to add your own pumping advice! I breastfed and pumped for a year with my first, and I'll be doing it again within the next year, so I'll need some refreshers, new ideas and motivation to keep going. Happy baby-growing!
Milk overflow! Help!! [R]5 years, 9 months agosally_sassypants posted submission on breastfeeding.
Nov. 22, 2013
Ok, so I have been EBF for almost 2 months now, and have been pumping quite a bit. We try to use the bags of milk, but it seems like for every bag we use, I add two or three more to the stash. Our freezer is pretty tiny, and I'm starting to run out of ways to store the milk bags in there and keep them organized by date. What has worked for you ladies?? It's one of those double door refrigerators with a tall, thin freezer and barely any in-door storage space.
Edit: here's a picture of what I'm working with. http://i.imgur.com/wIPtxnU.jpg
Nov. 22, 2013
That's the same fridge my mom has! Anyway, I have been told that the milk should be in the back of the freezer (or fridge) anyway, not in the doors, because the stuff in the doors is not as cold as the back AND is warmed up (yes, very very slightly) every time the doors are opened.
I use one of these, which doesn't take up much space, but it also doesn't hold a TON of bags, maybe 20 full ones. It looks like you would be able to put 2 of those in your freezer without having to sacrifice too much of your frozen food.